CHEF WEEKLY TOP 5
December 31, 2021
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We are wishing you the healthiest and happiest 2022. I guess we can all use a better year!
Here is a list of good reads in your spare time.
The perfect cake for a weeknight treat or a casual holiday party. Simple to prepare once you have all the ingredients ready to go. A layer of tender, caramelized pears tops this richly spiced skillet upside-down cake. When it is time to put the batter into the pan, use an offset spatula to gently spread the batter without disturbing the layer of pears underneath.
These days, more and more people are looking for alternatives to turkey, and seafood is the perfect option. If you live in New England, you are in the right place for choices and superb quality. Going pescatarian can be a delicious and healthy option for those looking to switch up the traditional holiday dinner while ensuring your family is satisfied.
Ordering online groceries is a new normal and here to stay, especially after the pandemic has reduced our mobility. American food shoppers were already buying a portion of their groceries online in 2018. The number will rise by 70% in 2022. The most critical factors driving online food purchases were saving time and being more convenient. The drawback of it all is the inability to touch and smell your fresh produce and have some teenagers pick your food with limited quality knowledge.
Traditionally, most African cuisines use a combination of locally cereal grains, available fruits, vegetables, and meat and milk products. In addition, the traditional diet features a preponderance of curd, fresh and healthy vegetables, whey, and milk products in some parts of Africa.
Article published in 2016 remains very actual in today’s food world. There are many ways to think about the dietary changes in Western societies over the past century or so. First, of course, we can think about nutrients: more sugar, more refined carbohydrates, more animal fats, more oils. Read on because the article covers essential suggestions we all put to use in our daily routine.
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